St. Don Bosco College is an unaided English Medium college. It is Christian Minority Institution established and administered by the Catholic Diocese of Lucknow. A Registered Religious and Charitable society engaged in Education, Medical and Social work in the ten districts of Uttar Pradesh and is registered under the Registration of Societies Act. No XXI of 1960.
The College was founded in 1979 with the object of imparting modern education to catholic students in a manner that will conserve their "religion and culture," but admission is not denied to students professing other faiths.
This institution admits both boys and girls. It is a co-educational institution Where boys and girls grow up together in a healthy atmosphere of equality and mutual respect. The College aims at the integral and personal formation of young boys and girls by giving them an education which is morally, physically and mentally sound. In keeping with the national aspiration, It helps students to become mature, spiritually oriented men and women of character and worthy citizens of India.
Date Sheet of I Assessment (I to XII)
In view of the prevailing pandemic situation in U.P. We will anticipate summer break and will cl...
Book list of classes Nursery to X. (Session 2021 - 2022).
Hiroshima Day is observed on August 6 every year. It aims to promote peace politics against the war.
Every year August 7 is observed as National Handloom Day. It is celebrated annually to commemorate the Swadeshi Movement launched in 1905
August Kranti Din or Quit India Movement, which is considered as one of the important milestones in the history of freedom struggle of our country
Youth Engagement for Global Action
Independence Day in India occurs on August 15 of every year. It celebrates the date in 1947 when the Indian Independence Act came into effect, which established India and Pakistan as separate coun...
Parsi New Year is a regional holiday celebrated on August 17th in India.It is also known as 'Jamshedi Navroz' after the legendary King of Persia, Jamshed who started the Parsi Calendar and Navroz ...
The Day of Ashura is also important to Muslims because it is reported that on this day Moses and his followers obtained victory over the Egyptian Pharaoh.
On World Humanitarian Day (WHD) August 19, the world commemorates humanitarian workers killed and injured in the course of their work, and we honour all aid and health workers who continue, despit...
Onam festival is celebrated to honour the kind-hearted and much-beloved King Mahabali, who is believed to return to Kerala during this festival
World Senior Citizen's Day is dedicated to the senior citizens and is observed on August 21 every year across the world. This day is dedicated to raising awareness about the issues that affect old...
Raksha Bandhan (or Raksha Bandhana) is a Hindu festival that celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters, and families,
World Sanskrit Day, also known as Vishvasamskritadinam
The National Sports Day is celebrated on Dhyan Chand's birthday on August 29 to honour the hockey legend.
Lord Vishnu is invoked in his human incarnation as Krishna on his birth anniversary in the festival of Janmashtami.
To make people aware of nutrition and its importance in our lives and to curb the problem of malnutrition National Nutrition Week is celebrated every year from 1st September to 7 September.
Teachers' Day in India is celebrated on 5th September to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
The International Day of Charity seeks to promote and recognize charity and its role in easing humanitarian crises and suffering in the world.
Thank God constantly for this Beautiful Life. The happiest people don't have the best every thing.
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